Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. Japanese chefs use plates, bowls, glasses, serving utensils and chopsticks to enhance and complement the presentation of food.
This ceramic shallow bowl called Mukozuke is designed forÂ Kaiseki that is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. Finished dishes are carefully presented on plates that are chosen to enhance both the appearance and the seasonal theme of the meal. Dishes are beautifully arranged and garnished on plates.
Mino Ware is one of the most famous types of Japanese pottery, and high-fired ware produced in the Seto and Mino areas of Gifu Prefecture (West side of Japan), originated in the late 16th century.
• Material: Ceramic (Mino ware)
• Dimensions: 7.32" x 5.71" x 2.56"ht (18.6cm x 14.5cm x 6.5cm ht)
• Weight: 1.06 lb
* Please be advised that each individual piece has a slightly unique design and color variation and may look slightly different from the photo